New Child-Tracking program to prevent children from getting lost announced in Saudi Arabia.
MAKKAH — Free bracelets are being distributed among children to prevent them from getting lost at the Grand Mosque in Makkah.
The distribution of bracelets comes within a qualitative initiative launched by the Hadiyah, Hajji and Mu’tamer’s Gift Charitable Association, which is giving the bracelets to all children upon a visit with their families to the organization’s offices near the Grand Mosque.
The initiative aims to reduce the cases of lost children. The bracelets are printed using special devices dedicated to printing them.
The bracelets have several features, such as the child’s name and the contact numbers of parents.
The bracelets contribute to facilitating communication with parents if a lost child was found inside the Grand Mosque, and then handing them over to the family in the minimum time with little effort.
Where to get the child tracking bracelet in grand mosque?
Families can visit the association’s offices near the Grand Mosque in Makkah to benefit from the service.
One of the association’s offices is located in Makkah, in the main office of Makkah Construction and Development Company on the 4th floor while another one is located on the ground floor of the King Abdulaziz Endowment.